The short answer is, yes.

OSHA requires industrial plants to adhere to the arc flash standards set forth by the National Fire Protection Association in the publication known as NFPA 70E.

An arc flash is a dangerous explosion caused by a short-circuit, often resulting from dropped tools, accidental contact, or a flawed electrical system. They are very dangerous and often times deadly. 

OSHA NFPA 70E requires industrial plants to…

Establish appropriate policies and procedures

Perform an Arc Flash Hazard Analysis

Install warning labels

Provide and require PPE

Require Energized Work Permit for all energized work

Train employees

Source: Power Source LLC